VDR enables customers to replicate data, applications and operating systems from their production environment into a securely managed Cloud Computing environment located within a Terremark facility, where they can failover to a production-ready environment in the event of a catastrophic outage at their primary facility. Customers pay for CPU, memory, storage, and networking capacity in an on-demand enabled infrastructure that is owned by Terremark. This on-demand capability controls disaster recovery costs for the customer by eliminating the need to purchase and maintain expensive, dedicated technical infrastructure.
The VDR Environment is initially populated with replicated data from the Customer Environment. After Failover, which occurs after the customer has declared a disaster (“Disaster Declaration”), the customer will use the VDR Environment in a temporary production capacity while the original customer IT infrastructure is restored. After the customer’s IT infrastructure is restored, Terremark will transfer data from the VDR Environment to the customer’s recovered IT infrastructure (“Failback”).
Refer to Cost Table 4.7b for additional details along with rates and charges.
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